Ballarat teenager Sophie Fletcher decided to enter&nbsp;her first beauty pageant because it was different –&nbsp;Miss Diamond Australia celebrated a&nbsp;definition of beauty that included personality and diversity. Little did she know she would be selected as a Miss Teen finalist and&nbsp;asked to compete in the grand final in Brisbane in April next year.&nbsp; “I thought that there would be so many people with a lot more experience that they wouldn’t choose me,” the 14-year-old said. “I entered this pageant because making a difference has always been really important to me, not being your typical pageant girl that you think of - I don’t want to&nbsp;be just a stereotype.” Part of this difference will be raising money and awareness for her chosen charity headspace Ballarat. “I just thought lots of people don’t really appreciate headspace, but they are an amazing organisation” Sophie said. She has already handed over her first cheque, and will continue her fundraising efforts with&nbsp;a movie night at Regent Cinemas Ballarat and maybe even a&nbsp;fun run.